Alexandersson, E., et al. 2020. BMC Plant Biology

Linking crop traits to transcriptome differences in a progeny population of tetraploid potato

Erik Alexandersson, Sandeep Kushwaha, Aastha Subedi, Deborah Weighill, Sharlee Climer, Daniel Jacobson, and Erik Andreasson
BMC Plant Biology 20: 120; doi: 10.1186/s12870-020-2305-x 

Abstract

Potato is the third most consumed crop in the world. Breeding for traits such as yield, product quality and pathogen resistance are main priorities. Identifying molecular signatures of these and other important traits is important in future breeding efforts. In this study, a progeny population from a cross between a breeding line, SW93–1015, and a cultivar, Désirée, was studied by trait analysis and RNA-seq in order to develop understanding of segregating traits at the molecular level and identify transcripts with expressional correlation to these traits. Transcript markers with predictive value for field performance applicable under controlled environments would be of great value for plant breeding.

Citation

Alexandersson, E., Kushwaha, S., Subedi, A. et al. Linking crop traits to transcriptome differences in a progeny population of tetraploid potato. BMC Plant Biol 20, 120 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12870-020-2305-x 

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